Archive for November, 2016
The Los Angeles artist discusses the sound of ventilation, orphaned recordings and new album “Ornamentation”.
Folk improvisation in the cosy serenity of major key. The contradictory relationship between nature and humankind.
DIY circuitry and volatile interconnections. The debut EP of Camila Fuchs’ solo project.
ATTN:Magazine presents an evening celebrating the work of Tony Conrad: artist, filmmaker, minimalist musician, violin-aided manipulator of time and tonality.
The Canadian composer discusses deliberate restraint, tonal instability and new album “Vergers”.
Hallucinations and colliding resonances, in an album generated exclusively from drums, cymbals and equalisation.
The sound artist behind Left Hand Cuts Off The Right talks about animal sounds, his process for constructing live sets and two new records.
Acoustic improvisatory trio. Shrill frequencies, bitter cold.
A voice, an echo, a loop pedal. Intermingling harmonies and mantric plumes.